The United States and Russia have reportedly agreed on a cease-fire for a wartorn region of Syria, US officials told media as President Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in person.
Although details of the cease-fire have yet to be released, it's known that it will take effect Sunday at noon Damascus time, the AP reported.
Prior to Trump's meeting with Putin, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the US was open to working together with Russia in Syria.
"The US is prepared to explore the possibility of establishing with Russia joint mechanisms for ensuring stability, including no-fly zones, on the ground ceasefire observers, and coordinated delivery of humanitarian assistance," he stated on Wednesday. "If our two countries work together to establish stability on the ground, it will lay a foundation for progress on the settlement of Syria's political future."